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Urban Gardening and Community supported agriculture in China

The issue of food safety is of great concern for Chinese urban citizens. More and more people become actively engaged in projects promoting healthy and environmentally friendly food.

Zhao Tianxiao, a green campaigner from Beijing and intern at the bio-dynamic "Apfeltraum" farm in Müncheberg will speak about experiences with community supported agriculture at the "Little Donkey Farm" near Beijing. He will be introduced by Dr. Eva Sternfeld, head of the Center for Cultural Studies on Science and Technology in China. She further will provide general information about food safety and current status of organic food in China.



Monday, December 16th, 7 p.m.


TU Berlin, Hauptgebäude, Straße des 17. Juni 135, Raum H0106


Zhao Tianxiao holds a bachelor degree in Life Science from the Hebei University in China and a Master degree in Aquaculture from the Norwegian University of Life Sciences. He is now working as a program officer for the China program of the NGO Flora and Fauna International (FFI).

Dr. Eva Sternfeld is head of the China-Center. Prior to work with TU Berlin she has been working 8 years for a public environmental education center in Beijing where among other duties she was in charge of a consumer campaign to promote organic food.

Organized by Center for Cultural Studies on Science and Technology in China, TU Berlin in cooperation with GLS Zukunftsstiftung Landwirtschaft.



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